Chino Hills is a suburban community located in Southwest San Bernardino County. It is centrally located as it borders Los Angeles County, Orange County and Riverside County.  Neighboring cities are Chino to the East, Pomona to the North and Diamond Bar to the Northeast. 

Chino Hills is known for its rolling hills and a good quality of life for its citizens. Over the last decade it has been recognized and won awards for “100 Best Communities to Live”, “Safest City” and “100 Best Communities for Young People”.

Population in Chino Hills is near 82,500 and boasts the 6th highest Median household income in the nation at 100,371.  Nearly 42% of the adult population has a bachelor’s degree or higher.

Median Sold Home price in September 2021 was $800,000 and median days on market was 54 days.

The areas top employers are Chino Valley Unified School District, Costco, Lowes, Boys Republic and City of Chino Hills

There are 12 public middle and elementary schools in the city and 3 high schools including Ruben S Ayala High School, Chino Hills High School Boys Republic.

The city also hosts 3000 acres of publicly owned open space, over 40 parks including Chino Hills State Park and 48 miles of trails.

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Zip Codes in Chino Hills include 91708, 91709, 91765, 92880, 92887.